President Biden isn't doing a lot of campaign events yet. But when he meets donors, he is spending a lot of time talking about the Republican frontrunner, former President Donald Trump.
Gun safety measures have stalled in Congress. Advocates have long pushed for a White House office to elevate the issue and coordinate administration efforts to reduce gun violence.
NPR's Susan Davis and Asma Khalid speak with North Dakota governor Doug Burgum about his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
House Republicans in competitive districts could face blowback for impeachment. So far they support investigating allegations
Carl Day joined NPR to weigh in on the Biden campaign in 2020. We caught up with him to hear what he's thinking heading into 2024.
In an NPR Politics Podcast interview, the North Dakota governor shares his views on wide-ranging issues, including the role of the federal government in regulating abortion and transgender issues.
Former President Donald Trump is escalating his attacks on President Biden in another sign his campaign is looking past the Republican primaries — and focusing more on the general election ahead.
Despite a divided Congress, Democratic Rep. Terri Sewell of Alabama is still pushing to shore up the Voting Rights Act after the U.S. Supreme Court dismantled key parts of the landmark law.
Climate change is a major issue for young voters, but so far, it has not been a major mobilizing force in U.S. elections. Some environmental action groups see that changing.
House Republicans have launched an impeachment inquiry into President Biden. But this case is different — both in substance and in process — than those of former presidents Nixon, Clinton and Trump.